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mark: now at news 5 today, a plane crash just north of cincinnati turns deadly. the latest on the investigation in greene county. lisa: questions remaining this morning after a deadly shooting in westwood. a live report on what we know so far in the investigation. mark: plus, after more than three weeks occupying a national wildlife refuge in oregon, arrests have been made. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] >> from cincinnati' s wlwt, leading the way, this is wlwt news 5 today. mark: good morning, everyone.
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m mark hayes. lisa: i' m lisa cooney. more headlines are straight ahead. it is 30 degrees or so. good morning. randi: 30-ish is not bad. yesterday was an anomaly. we' re not going to start near 50 degrees. temperatures will be on the upswing in time for the weekend. you do see clouds across our area. they will be clearing out as we head through the day. turning sunny but not really warm. and 30. looking at the breakdown for today, upper 20'
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at noon, expect a few peaks of sunshine, 33. temperature-wise pretty similar to worry ended up yesterday afternoon. highs today in the 30' s. i have 60' days as high temperatures. mark: an apartment parking lot overnight. lisa: police found a man shot to they' re trying to find the person responsible. wlwt news 5' s dan griffin is leading the way with the new information we' ve just learned overnight. bring us up to date. dan: a man was shot and killed in this apartment complex. a playground in the background. we do not know the motive for the shooting. the shooting happened just after 10:00 last night here at the western hills apartment complex in westwood. this is in the 2600 block of
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there was quite a police response, including the homicide unit. when police arrived, they tell us they found the man dead. his identity hasn' t been revealed this morning. we are working to get more information about the shooting, including the motive and the victim' s identity. the details have not been released but we are working to get those for you. live in westwood, dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: a deadly plane crash just north of cincinnati. it happened in xenia, just off a runway around 6:00 last night. the ohio state highway patrol is at the scene of the wreckage along with greene county' s coroner. at least one person has died. a witness who' s lived near the greene county airport for decades describes seeing the final few seconds of the flight. >> it just looked like it just went nose first from my vantage point into the trees. but when i got here and the emergency vehicles got here, they found the plane on the end of the runway. mark: the national transportation safety board says it will continue the
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up. lisa: breaking overnight, someone opens fire at a homeless encampment in seattle killing two and wounding three others. a search for at least one person is underway. and urged people to stay away from the downtown area where it took place. one person is dead and eight have been arrested in the oregon standoff. an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge for the past three weeks. shots were reportedly fired when they were stopped by the fbi. lisa: understanding homelessness in our own cities. happening today, groups in northern kentucky will conduct a count today of the men and women living on the streets. mark: wlwt news 5'
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setters is live in covington this morning to tell us why this is such an important event. andrew: the homeless count gives groups who are trying to help a snapshot of just how big the they' ll be out on the streets looking for people who are homeless. the homeless count helps to establish the level of federal and state funding that flows to programs to help the homeless. hamilton county conducted their count last night and into early this morning. now northern kentucky agencies are beginning their tally. they' ll count up people who are staying in shelters, along with those they are able to track down and encounter on the streets. they' ll cover boone, kenton, and campbell counties. during last year' s count they found 327 people. we' ll be tagging along as they conduct their count and try to get a better idea of the work they do. live in covington, andrew setters, wlwt news 5. lisa: trying to stop crimes on
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mark: the butler county sheriff now has a safe place for you to go if you' re looking to sell something on craigslist or ebay. news 5' s tammy mutasa has more. >> i didn' t think he would take the money and run away. tammy: wesley foister is no craigslist beginner. >> done multiple transactions on craigslist. always met in public places. jungle jims or mcdonald' s. tammy: but last august a craigslist ad for an ipad left him swindled out of $250. >> it just didn' t turn out the way i expected. tammy: according to court documents, the young dad arranged to meet michael stetson at a loveland mcdonald' s. stetson pretended to get the ipad from a friend inside and never came back. stetson was convicted in the case. >> he seemed like a nice enough fellow, so i handed him the money standing right outside mcdonald' s and he went in. a minute later he hadn' t come out, so i went in and he wasn' t anywhere to be found. tammy: starting february 1st, the butler county sheriff' s
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doors for people to make internet transactions in a safe place. s on the other end of that line. >> it takes a lot of the fear out of being robbed, hurt, possibly murdered. tammy: last year a liberty township teenager was robbed and beaten up after a craigslist meeting to buy videogames. s the ultimate goal is to protect people and their safety. tammy: mr. foister says he hasn' t been back on craigslist. [laughter] >> i think i learned not to be so trusting with craigslist. lisa: once this initiative gets started on february 1st, people can do exchanges from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. seven days a week. the sheriff is also considering designated parking spots and signs for people to do transactions. mark: it' s official, donald trump will not be participating in tomorrow' s gop debate. mr. trump: i see they picked me as number one, not only number
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the debate. mark: his campaign manager says he will definitely skip the debate that will air on fox news because of his fight with the cable network. trump was set to take the center podium for the debate before iowa' s caucus on monday. in the latest quinnipiac poll, trump leads in iowa by 2%, just ahead of ted cruz. ohio governor john kasich and u.s. senator rand paul from kentucky also made tomorrow' s prime-time debate. lisa: good morning to you. what is up today in the forecast? randi: we are starting out 29, 30 degrees across much of the area. the same feel as we had yesterday but more sunshine for the second half of the day. right now 29 degrees at cvg and hamilton, and there is a little
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wilmington, feeling like 17. this morning the kids still need the jackets and the gloves. it is going to be on the cool side. afterschool, 36 degrees today, but soaring into the 40' s tomorrow. maybe 60 early next week. we are talking 30' s, 40' s, 50' s as the weather roller coaster continues. kyla: you are showing off. i am looking forward to it. here is a look outside for you. 75 at mitchell. the construction is out of the way and all lanes are open. we have construction on 71 between 275 and near the ronald
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you could see a single lane closure into the early morning. this is 71, 75 at mount scion, and things look good all the way into cincinnati. we will keep you updated all morning long. lisa: xavier university is heating up. mark: the team' s latest game and the opponent that gave them a run for their money, coming up in your morning sports. lisa: and america has a new favorite comfort food. news 5' s miriah turner has the details on a new study and what it' s saying about america' s taste buds. mark: taking a live look outside this morning on a wednesday morning. 29 degrees. it is wednesday already.
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lisa: good morning and welcome back. it is wednesday. trending this morning, what could be the last rodeo for one of football' s greatest players. mark: say it ain' t so. miriah turner joins us now with the details and other stories trending this morning. keeping a close eye on social media. miriah: following the denver broncos upset of the patriots in the afc championship game, someone grabbed peyton manning and brought pats coach bill belichick to speak with him.
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time, but there' s an immense amount of mutual respect between the two. as captured on nfl total access on nfl network, it appears manning told belichick, "bill, thanks. hey, listen, this might be my last rodeo, so it sure has been a pleasure." so is this the end? we' ll have to wait until after the super bowl to find out. apple posted the most profitable quarter for any american company in history. but it looks like the company' s era of unprecedented growth is over. it showed iphone sales growing with last quarter beating sales from the year before by less than 1%, but that growth is slowing down. ipad sales fell 25% and mac sales fell 4%. apple forcasts falling sales in the current quarter for the first time in 13 years. and what is america' s favorite comfort food? it' s pizza. that' s according to a study conducted by the harris poll, which is one of the largest running surveys measuring public opinion in the u.s. just over 2200 adults in the u.s. were surveyed in december
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favorite comfort food. turns out that' s nearly double that of any other food choice. chocolate and ice cream tied for second. and speaking of chocolate, today is national chocolate cake day. chocolate cake for everyone. lisa: i like all pizza pretty much. kyla: i agree. mark: cheese. miriah: i need a pizza fix every day. i have them going every day. [laughter] randi: mark: you know that is not pizza, right? randi: it works in the microwave here. let' s take a look.
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flying pig. we have this picture. this is from the snowman fun for the harrison k' waun is over the weekend. way to go, way to train for the pig. we take a look at the temperatures. about 28 degrees and feeling like 22. after work, 6:00, 32 degrees. it will feel a little better with sunshine today. you can snap a photo and send it to me on twitter or facebook, as we trained together as temperatures will go up perhaps 40 degrees by next week. guys? mark: thank you. xavier in action last night, looking to add another win to their impressive record. lisa: but providence didn'
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it easy on them. news 5' s george vogel has more in your morning sports. george: xavier already has some impressive wins this season. providence coming in ranked 10th in the country and xavier ranked seventh. xavier up eight at halftime. myles davis connecting for three. 13 point s for davis in the game. 15 points, 11 boards. out top, popping the three ball. x would open a 17 point lead. why not? chris mack said that was the shot of the game. 75-68 win.
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providence struggling. x gets a nice, impressive win on the road, winning by seven. the hoosiers head to wisconsin and he goes to overtime. baseline reverse and the badgers have a three point lead. thomas brian wants it down low, but it is blocked from behind. indiana falling to wisconsin in overtime. miami falling. now conference. high school basketball, a record-setting win at roger bacon. he held the record for most wins but let the spartans to the last state championship. having a good time before the
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it was his players having a good time once the game get started. johnson throws it down. craig mcgee draining the three and bacon pulling away. this goes out to james johnson. brian neil, win number 171, the on. >> he was a great friend and a great mentor to me. probably pretty happy that i am the guy that beat him. i think it is a way for us to recognize the good players that i' ve been fortunate enough to be able to coach. george: his wife was on hand
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two more bengals heading to the pro bowl and gives the tangles a total of eight players in the game. fc cincinnati will be playing its first-ever match on the road at charleston, south carolina, march 26, then the home opener two weeks later. that is all the sports for now. we will have more coming up later in the day. mark: 4:50. the baking team likes to get out -- the bacon team gets up and down. lisa: you probably attend all of their home games. [laughter] mark: let' s check in with randi. anything above 32 is a win-win.
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yes, i said 60' s. it may come hand in hand with some thunderstorms. one last chilly day. temperatures into the upper 30' s with increasing clouds. we will see some sunshine this afternoon and a warming trend starts tomorrow. snow showers up and michigan and cleveland. eventually some sunshine through the afternoon. most places, temperatures close to 27-30. the wind about six miles per hour makes you feel like 23. kind of where we started on monday. today we warm-up into the mid 30' s. 8:00 a.m., cloudy,
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6:00, 34. a mix of clouds and sun into the evening hours. tomorrow temperatures jump up into the 40' s in the afternoon. a system rolls through tomorrow evening. we could see a couple of flurries. maybe a little bit of a dusting on grassy areas thursday evening. the next thing we have into friday morning will be rain and maybe have the rain with 60' s. 36 degrees today. tonight, 26. tomorrow, 44 with flurries in the evening and overnight. check out the weekend, not data
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a chance for showers and thunderstorms on tuesday. lisa: an indiana principal is being remembered this morning. susan jordan died after being hit by a school bus outside of an indianapolis-area elementary school. two 10-year-olds were also critically hurt when the bus jumped a curb. 25 students were on that bus at the time. the superintendent says susan jordan was a beloved educator on the job for 22 years. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. mark: happening today, the senate judiciary committee will hold a hearing on the heroin and prescription drug abuse epidemic that has taken hold in many communities around the country. in attendance will be ohio' s own senator rob portman and new hampshire senator kelly ayotte, who will both speak about the crises in their home states. the centers for disease control reported earlier this month that the rate of deaths from drug overdose involving opioid pain relievers and heroin increased
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lisa: a local group working to it has ran out of a drug to revive people who have overdosed. the cincinnati exchange project says it gave out its last narcan kit this week, and they have no funding to purchase more. no word yet on what they plan to do to get more narcan kits into mark: happening today, mayor john cranley will launch a new in cincinnati. the veterans economic communities initiative is already operating in 53 u.s. cities. the chamber, united way, and mt. saint joe will help launch cincinnati' s chapter at 11:00 this morning. the goal is to increase education and employment choices for veterans. lisa: the race for rand paul' s seat in the u.s. senate is heating up. lexington' s mayor has now joined the race. jim gray has now filed papers to run as a democrat in the u.s. senate race. gray is one of five democrats running. voters will decide on a candidate in may. on the republican side, senator paul is running for re-election
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s certified most accurate forecast. randi: we have a little bit of something for everybody over the next seven days. 36 this afternoon. a mix of clouds and sun through the day. 4:00, sunshine and 35. tomorrow we are into the 40' s and a chance for some flurries after 7:00 tomorrow. maybe a dusting in a couple of parts of town. temperatures climbing into the 50' s by the weekend. high temperatures into the 60' s next week. a chance for showers and thunderstorms on tuesday. 30' s, 40' s, 50' s, 60' s.
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t want the 60' s? good morning to you. we' re seeing clear conditions. here is a look at your travel times. 17 minutes on 71 southbound from warren county. traffic is still very clear in both directions. 18 minutes on 74. 74 near 275, looks like there is a broken down in the westbound direction. mark and lisa? mark: thank you. still a lot more ahead on news 5 robbery suspect. lisa: why cincinnati police are asking for your help, and what we know about the suspect. outside. 29 degrees. updates on your commute coming
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stay with men and women left sleeping on the street. are looking to bring awareness to their struggle. mark: a nearly month-long stand-off in oregon ends with
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